Musa, who ended his worthwhile agreement with Saudi Arabian Pro League side Al-Nassr last October, finished a wellness assessment under the management of West Brom’s games science and performance group at the training center a week ago Thursday.
The club had before intended to sign him on a short term momentary arrangement yet club supervisors have now purportedly dismissed Musa saying his compensation bundle of £60,000, with the club’s board concurring that the salary was excessively high for a player with a low resale esteem.
The club additionally reassessed the arrangement since they have a limited transfer budget plan.
As per reports from England, Musa’s representative gave a cutoff time to West Brom to finish his transfer.
The cutoff time terminated for the current week so the two players finished dealings and he is investigating other choices.
While at Al-Nassr, Musa procured a week by week salary of 60,000 pounds and a yearly salary of 16.5 million Euros before tax.